This is an ancient Shiva temple located in the predominantly Vaishnavite pilgrim town of Gaya. Prapitaamaheswara is said to be a witness deity for the performance of the offerings of the pindas to ancestors. Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Lingam. Gaya and Buddha Gaya nearby have been revered pilgrimage centers of India since antiquity.
|Easy Epic:||The ritual of offering pindas or offerings to the dead has been long associated with Gaya and has been mentioned in the epics. (Vaayupuraana) The Prapitaamaheswara temple has been referred to in the Agni Purana. Shiva worship at Gaya has been referred in the Mahabharata too. The Prapitaamaheswara temple is one of the oldest temples in Gaya and it dates back to the Pala dynasty of the 11th century CE as testified from stone inscriptions nearby.|
|Room Rates:||Dormantry 100 rs
Two bedded – Rs.600 & 800
Three bedded – Rs.800 & 1000
Three bedded Ac – Rs.1000 ,1400/- and Rs.1600/- respectively.
|Travel:||We provide transport facilities to Devotees who wish to visit Kasi,local Kasi, Gaya, Buddha Gaya, Ayodhya, Naimisharanya and other holy places.|
|NARAYANA SEVA||We also perform Narayana seva(Annadanam) on Gothra Namam of people who wish to celebrate their special days like birthdays or marriage anniversaries.|
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Both shrines play an important role in Japan's political and military history as well as the Shinto religion.
Do not enter the shrine until you have cleansed both hands and your mouth at the font near the endivance, and do not drink from the dipper.
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